University of Illinois instructor and 1970's-era radical James Kilgore says he's ashamed of his actions as a younger man but shouldn't be barred from teaching. His teaching career remains in doubt as one of his contracts expires Thursday.
Suspended University of Illinois basketball player Darius Paul has pleaded guilty to underage drinking but had another charge dropped.
The U.S. Department of Labor says a Decatur rehabilitation center has paid $67,000 in back wages after failing to properly compensate employees for overtime.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois plans to get involved in the debacle surrounding a fake Peoria Mayor Twitter account.
Indiana says it will appeal a federal judge's decision requiring it to recognize the out-of-state same-sex marriage of a lesbian couple in which one woman is terminally ill.
The State Universities Retirement System says it’s changed its understanding of part of the state’s new pension law. It’s a move that should prevent many employees from losing part of their pension benefits if they don’t retire by June 30th.
Three states are holding primaries Tuesday, and voters might understandably be confused over what kind of identification they need to show at the polls.
A city council in upstate New York is not violating the Constitution when it opens its meetings with a prayer, the U.S. Supreme Court held Monday with a 5-4 vote.
In a second high-profile legal fight, a federal jury sided with Apple, ordering Korea's Samsung to pay nearly $120 million for infringing on some of Apple's patents.
A court is being asked to prevent any aspect of Illinois' pension overhaul from taking effect, until it's decided whether the law is constitutional.